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With the school year in full swing, many parents are navigating virtual, in-person, or hybrid learning for their kids amidst the global pandemic — as if work and home life wasn’t stressful enough.

At its heart, though, Borgen is interested in the ways that Birgitte has to navigate some of these social pressures in a way a man just wouldn’t.

Personalized content has become even more important as brands compete for the attention of people spending significantly more time online while navigating stay-at-home orders.

The insights I’ve gained by seeing the challenges, opportunities, and decision-making they’ve experienced through their eyes have helped me navigate various pivot points and opportunities within my own career.

The departure of Jacques, 48, who joined Rio in 2011, comes amid wider upheaval in the top ranks of the mining industry, as the sector prepares for a longer-term slowdown in demand from China and navigates moves to decarbonize the global economy.

Parents at public schools often need to navigate school and childcare enrollment separately, hoping it “all works out.”

Election predictions are a tricky business, but learning from the past has helped us launch a new guide to navigate the final weeks of campaigning.

Opportunities that help businesses navigate the strategic, operational, and financial change through the usual ways of marketing and promoting a business might not work anymore.

It’s one of the many matters she hopes she can help Guild Education co-founder and CEO Rachel Carlson navigate.

Until they learned to navigate they swept the eastern and southern coasts of the Mediterranean.

Peter the HermitDaniel A. Goodsell


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